In 2012, we purchased a new Infiniti Condominium, AKA QX56, at Infiniti of Raleigh.
I’m sitting at the Mazda dealer with my wife’s Mazda3. Nav has been showing 0 satellites for a couple of months. Thought it would be a simple fix, but . . .
Yep. My wife wants us to buy a Hyundai Santa Fe.
There can’t possibly be a more tempting case for MaxCare than this, can there?
Warranty prices, because the reliability record of the brand won’t get you out of buying a warranty. No matter how durable that Land Cruiser is, once you see this:
*Rant coming after image
I’m generally of the opinion that extended warranties are not worth the cost, unless your name is Doug and you deal in used Range Rovers or Astons. When I buy a TV or an appliance (or seemingly any damn thing these days) I reflexively refuse the extended warranty/protection plan, and that’s worked out pretty good for…
Waiting at a red light on a slight incline, I gently tap my Camaro’s throttle pedal while feathering out its clutch just at the moment the light turns green. If this were a drag race, my reaction time would be spectacular. But this is not a drag race, and within milliseconds of disengaging the clutch I feel it happen. …
It takes a lot to engineer a car well. Everything has to be balanced. Aftermarket modifications can easily screw that up. And Ford knows that.
Raise your hand if you have ever recieved a telephone call warning you about your vehicle warranty.
My early 2011 MacBook Pro 15” with hi-res matte finish screen is eligible for a free replacement Logic Board!
I bought a new car but it keeps having problems. I'm tired of going back and forth to the dealership only to have something else go wrong. Someone suggested that this car might fall under the "Lemon Law." How does that work?
Disgruntled independent dealer?
In shocking news, the most popular vehicle bought at CarMax this year was not a Range Rover or a Mercedes E63 Wagon or some other wonderful piece of performance machinery that is long out of warranty and waiting to self-destruct at a moment's notice...it was the Nissan Altima.
I am currently at the tail end of my factory warranty for my 2010 Audi A4 as shown above with 1K left on the odometer. Does anyone have any advice on where I may be able to get an Audi extended warranty? Does that even exist? I am going to call the dealer tomorrow and find out but I am also reaching out to you guys to…
*not actual car.